Purdys invited the Easter Bunny to paw-pick the chocolates for a special assorted Easter Gift Box

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This Easter, Purdys Chocolatier invited the holiday’s most magical, fuzziest and cutest chocolate expert, The Easter Bunny, to paw-pick which of their best-selling and decadent Purdys chocolates would go into a special Easter assorted gift box called Bunny’s Choice Gift Box.

The Easter Bunny is synonymous with delivering chocolate treats to homes and families worldwide, so it was only fitting to invite the Easter Bunny to pick the most delicious assortment of chocolates for Purdys. 

Bunny’s Choice Gift Box is packed with 16 of Purdys’ premium decadent chocolates. Each chosen chocolate was thoughtfully paw-picked by a real-life bunny, a furry and whimsical animal synonymous with Easter.

The limited edition Bunny’s Choice Gift Box retails for $23 and will be available online and in Purdys shops across Canada starting March 15th. The Easter Bunny’s Purdys chocolate selections include Salted Hazelnut Flake, Saskatoon Berry, Dark Chocolate Himalayan Pink Salt Caramel, Peanut Butter Crunch, Pecan Caramel, Mini Hedgehog, Caramel Carnival, Mango, and Almond Burst.

“At Purdys, we pride ourselves in providing our customers with the best chocolate experience possible — from developing innovative chocolate creations to hand-picking the best assortment of chocolates for every gift box. This year, we partnered with the most trusted expert in Easter
chocolates to help create the Bunny’s Choice Gift Box,” says Rachel McKinley, Purdys Master Chocolatier.

“We want to help Canadians find the perfect Easter gift to share with their loved ones,” says Julia Cho, Purdys Content and Marketing Manager. “What better gift than one picked by the Easter Bunny? We hope this campaign brings laughter and joy to Purdys and Easter Bunny fans
across Canada.”

To help keep bunnies safe, healthy and happy all year round, Purdys Chocolatier has made a $5,000 donation to Rabbitats — a 100% volunteer-run charity dedicated to helping abandoned and feral rabbits.